Ep. 28: Cognitive Rehab using Virtual Reality with Faviola Dadis

We spoke with Faviola Dadis, the CEO of NeuroReality who is using her cognitive rehab company to fund her PhD …

Ep. 27 – Free and Open Science: Reworking peer review and null results with Sander van Bree

 Science isn’t perfect and one of it’s biggest problems revolves around the publishing process, by which scientists share their …

Ep 26: Traumatic brain injury and CTE Roundtable with Connor and Julian

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that is associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI). This disease is …

Ep. 25 – Straight from a Scientist Update Episode

  Hey SFS listeners! Julian and Connor meet up online to discuss the past, present, and future of SFS.  Thanks …

Episode 24: Search and Destroy in HIV Therapy with Aaron Devanathan

Our final ComSciCon interview is with Aaron Devanathan.  Aaron studies HIV infection and elimination in the Department of Pharmacy at …

Episode 23: The Role of Apoptosis with Georgia Smith

We had the chance to talk with Georgia Atkin-Smith about Apoptosis and different types of cell death, autoimmune disorders, and …

Episode 22: Nanotechnology with Claudia Alarcón López

I had the opportunity to speak with Claudia Alarcón López, better known as @the.nanotechgirl.  She is a Mexican INCQ (Ingeniero En …

Episode 21: Smart Textiles and Flexible Electronics with Ashish Kapoor

 The next installment of the ComSciCon podcast blitz stars Ashish Kapoor!  We discuss flexible electronics and smart textiles.  These …

Episode 20: Biomedical Engineering and Science Education with Stephanie Teeter

Our second ComSciCon Triangle interview was with Stephanie Teeter from NC State.  Stephanie is a technician for two biomedical engineering …

Episode 19: Citizen Science- Bluebirders vs House Sparrows with Suzanne Hartley

Learn about how citizen science enables Bluebird conservation.  We got the chance to sit down with Suzanne Hartley, a graduate …